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-town louisiana to his place as one of the most revered and blues artists of all time. the new book is called "when i left home. we're glad you've joined us. >> every community has a martin luther king boulevard. it's the cornerstone we all know. it's not just a street or boulevard, but a place where walmart stands together with your community to make every day better. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: what an honor to welcome but a guide to this program. the blues legend has just released a terrific memoir about his remarkable life and career called, when i left home. it details his humble beginnings and as many collaborations with the biggest names in the music business. i am delighted to have you on this program. if >> i have been waiting a while. i told you, i have to do your show. tavis: i told some many of my friends the watch this program every night, that you were coming on tonight, and i have told the story countless times. i am a music lover, i can hang out with friends, james taylor, the peking. the night i spent with you in chicag
in louisiana struggling to keep the sea from swallowing their tribal lands. >> this land may not be worth much in value, but this land has fed our people; this land has given to us. and we are still here. >> woodrf: we have the latest om pladelphia, where a church leader is on trial for protecting priests who molested children. >> warner: and jeffrey brown talks with peruvian writer mario vargas llosa about his new book and the importance of literature. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> growing up in arctic norway, everybody took fish oil to stay healthy. when i moved to the united states almost 30 years ago, i could not find an omega-3 fish oil that worked for me. became inspired to bri a new definition of fish oil quality to the world. today, nordic naturals is working to fulfill our mission of bringing omega-3s to everyone, because we believe omega-3s are essential to life. >> and by the bill and melinda gates foundation. dedicated to the idea that all people deserve the chance to live a healthy productive life.
and forecasters say it could bring torrential rains from southern louisiana to the florida panhandle. it's a big storm. bob turk is tracking debby in the first warning weather center. >> it's the earliest fourth named storm they've had. we've been watching this system for the last five or six days. the winds began to be strong enough to name it tropical storm debby. it's to the louisiana or texas coast. right now, it's stationary with winds at 50 miles per hour but the bulk of the models have it going basically to louisiana or the texas area over the next four to five days, but as you mentioned, it could be as much as 8 to 10-inches of rain from louisiana to the florida panhandle. that's something we are watching. maybe a little bump in the road later tonight and monday, but a beautiful week next week. adam? >> all right, details from bob coming up. stay with wjz to find the forecast updates and live doppler radar at any time, just log on to wjz.com. >>> baltimore's upcoming police commissioner has unusual plans for his retirement. they sound kind of fun. he's planning to hike the appalachian tr
formed tropical storm as areas in louisiana prepare this morning for a state of emergency. >> we're going to see some additional storm surges, more an what's being projected now. >>> plus, it's the biggest case in more than a decade. tomorrow could be decision made. will obama-care still stand 24 hours from now? >> i'm actually -- continue to be confident the supreme court will uphold the la >> if i'm elected president, i will repeal obama-care. >> the verdict is in. guilty on 45 counts. but the sandusky saga isn't over yet. >> while he's saddened and disheartened, he's prepared to continue to fight. >> good morning, everyone. i'm randi kaye. it is 7:00 on the east coast, 4:00 on the west. thanks for starting your morning with us. we start this morning with some pretty extreme weather. in the gulf of mexico, we have tropical storm debby. that storm is still building strength as it moves closer to the gulf coast. a state of emergency is being declared in plaquemines parish in louisiana. and wind gusts are fueling a massive wildfire in colorado. the fire has already destroyed 12 miles d two
thanks for watching. >>> on this sunday night, high alert. tonight louisiana's governor declares a state of emergency, and they're already feeling the effects in florida as a powerful tropical storm zeros in on the gulf coast. >>> in the meantime, out west an out of control firestorm forces entire towns to evacuate. >>> power shift. an historic turning point in egypt. the muslim brotherhood candidate elected president. tonight, what it means for the rest of the world. >>> washed away. on this first weekend of summer, a growing crisis for america's beaches. >>> and rock star, l.a.'s newest hunk slides into the spotlight. fans clamoring to catch a glimpse. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening. already tonight a big part of florida is feeling the high wind and rain from tropical storm debby as millions living along the gulf coast remain on edge and on alert for its eventual landfall. forecasters have had a hard time this is the mess that can be seen from space tonight. this storm has already proved dangerous, a tropical storm warning is up tonight from the
in louisiana. and wind gusts are fueling a massive wildfire in colorado. the fire has already destroyed 125 miles and two homes and it may be weeks before that fire is under control. now, back to the gulf and tropical storm debby. meteorologist bonnie schneider is in the weather center watching it. do we have an idea where it's headed? >> to the gulf but you're right. they describe the track of this storm as extremely challenging to forecast. some models are taking it one way and others a different direction. let's show you where it is now and the official track is at this moment. right now, the official center circulation is 260 miles from new orleans. you can see the movement so slow to the north at 3 miles an hour. most of the precipitation has been heavy for florida and places like pensacola, they don't need all that rain. a lot more in the forecast. winds right now, maximum speed, 50 miles an hour but gusts higher than that. here has the latest track. notice changes if you're just waking up. this is a different track we showed you yesterday. now, the hurricane intensity is up to a cate
rights in the hopes of equality. in louisiana, nachez, and charleston. the different context, why did some jews fight for the nazis? there are two books, statistically insignificant. because they want to survive. why did some slaves reveal an insurrectionary plot? they wanted to survive. they wanted their freedom. that's why. "harper's weekly." forced the slaves to dangerous work. represents a struggle between two negroes and rebel captain. that's the main reason. the master is saying, i don't want to be on the frontline. you're my slave, you go be on the frontline. it's not legal. the soldier at the time had a legal definition, but most americans repudiated. if we understood the civil war solely in legal terms that means southern unionists, southern unionists in virtually every state, they're not legal. hundreds of thousands of women dressed up as men to fight for both sides. they're not legal because it's illegal for women to fight. northern blacks, still legal for them to fight until 1863. john brown's body has -- cast soldier in a must broader context. john brown ii stanza. he's g
and here comes debby and where she will land nobody knows. areas in louisiana prepare this morning for a state of emergency. >> we are going to see additional storm surge this week more than what is being projected right now. >> plus, it is the biggest case in more than a decade and tomorrow could be decision day. >> liberty, yes. socialism, no. >> will obama care still stand 24 hours from now? >> i i actually am confident that the supreme court will uphold the law. >> if i am elected president, i will repeal obama care. >>> and just one hour from now, egypt declares a brand new president, but not everyone is president, but not everyone is in the mood to celebrate. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good morning, everyone, i'm randi kaye. it is 8:00 on the east coast and 5:00 a.m. out west, and thank you for waking up with us. we begin in egypt where in an hour they expect to announce a new president. it is a weekf controversy where both sides have claimed victory and both sides claiming that the other have cheated while regular egyptians are gathering on the street to wait
're not implementing obamacare in the state of louisiana. >> republican governors may be talking tough, but talk is cheap, turning down millions of dollars in federal money is not. so what is it going to be gentlemen? the clock, as they say, is ticking. [♪ theme music ♪] >>> we're going to wait until the next stage. it does don't a whole lot of good if after november if you have got a new congress and potentially new president who will seek to make dramatic changes. one of the candidates is saying his priority on day one is going to be to repeal obamacare. >> that's scott walker pledging to delay implementation of the affordable care act despite the supreme court ruling upholding the constitutionality of the reform. there are several governors who have publicly vowed not to follow the law, but they are not telling the truth. they may delay until after the elections, but not shocking when they say they aren't telling the truth, because really, when push comes to shove, they are going to fall in line. why? money. states that refuse to expand medicaid as required by the law
just that! >> good morning. my name is jeff landry, i represent louisiana's third congressional district. and i can echo, i'm proud to be here with representative michele bachmann and sandy adams and steve scalise, and i will tell you at the end of the day, our founders relied on one group to solve our problems. it wasn't the supreme court, it was, we, the people. and the people, it's time for the people to speak up and demand that congress repeal this law, limit this federal government, and solve the problems that have been ailing this country over the last 30 years. and so my commitment to you and to the people is that i will continue this fight, and ensure that we repeal this damaging legislation that now knows no limit to the federal government's power. thank you. >> thank you, jeff landry! >> thank you very much. i'm blake farenthold from texas. i think jeff had it exactly right. the final check on the power of government is the people. if you object to this law, if you object to the continuing overreach of the federal government as we take more and more of your money away,
to come. and from across the country, in, of all places, the town of monroe, louisiana. it was january, 1983. sheriff dean malum picked up the phone one day and found himself talking to a detective from way down south. >> he asked if i was aware of an individual by the name of barry beach. wanted to know if mr. beach was or had ever been a suspect in a homicide in roosevelt county. >> barry beach. he was the son of that neighbor who had been so upset about the murder. the boy, now a man of nearly 21, who once dated the victim's sister pam. beach had not quite found a purpose in life by then. he had gone to louisiana to be with his father and stepmother. he and they didn't see eye to eye. in fact, his stepmother had beach arrested on a minor charge, and then told police the boy was once a suspect in an unsolved montana murder. well, it just so happened investigators in louisiana were scratching their heads over the murders of three women here in monroe. could beach be their killer? they decided to call the montana sheriff, and ask some questions about beach. and the sheriff told them ab
've made it all the way down to southern louisiana, and along this line, we had a lot of damaging wind reports out there. about 300 or so. all the blue dots are where wind damage was reported. we had over a thousand without power yesterday in alabama. memphis, northern mississippi, everyone was affected by that storm. now we're seeing a development of just a large area of thunderstorms, torrential rains in areas of arkansas, the northeast corner near texarcana in texas and all of southern and southeastern portions of oklahoma. this is a lightning strikes counter. 37,000 lightning strikes in the last hour in this region. so just incredible stuff. that's definitely the travel trouble spot out there today and the storms will drift through louisiana as we go throughout the morning on the east coast. bring the umbrella all the way up to new york city. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. so today was a very humid air mass in place along the southeast coast heading up to the mid-atlantic. showers and storms will be possible. we had li
. this is near west lake, louisiana. that in the roadway is an alligator. and they do that freeze thing. but they think he was hit by an 18-wheeler. he kind of froze after he got hit, but he still puts up a fight when they try to remove him from the road. he's not hurt that bad, he's still making a move. >> he was scratching his belly. >> or he was laughing that he is blocking traffic. >> they closed one lane, and let cars go by, they did the towel over the eyes and tied a rope on him and pulled him off the road. >> i can't believe they're so close. >> i think if you're a deputy in louisiana, you have to know how to do this. >> that's an amazing fight. >> he did the gator roll thing too. >> they think he has a shot of surviving. >> yeah, they are tough animals. >> showers and rapid snow melts caused flash floods. rapidly moving waters taking over this community. you see trucks stuck in the water in the rocks and the trees. according to the person that uploaded it is a water ways houseboats. a lot of people were evacuated, but tuesday afternoon at least one of the evacuation orders were
from florida, toll alabama, to louisiana, to texas and in between have experienced a negative impact on their wetlands and their coastline. this takes a mere $10 million and i say it with respect, to assist the nation in providing aid and improvement to the nation's coastline, which again, produced opportunities for economic development, tourism and various protections for a coastline that has suffered under neglect. the united states army corps of engineers estimates that coastlines along the gulf, 60% of eroding. the coast loses up to 10 feet of shoreline ayear with top soil washing to the gulf coast. funds are needed to protect the economic stability of that region. just a few months ago, i introduced h.r. 3710, which would provide for added opportunity for protecting the coastline and as well as deficit reduction in the energy -- through energy security funds. the legislation would increase programs or provide pup coastal grant programs for addressing disasters, restoration protection and maintenance of the coastal areas and ocean. i hope -- including research and programs in coo
does the gentleman from louisiana rise? >> mr. chairman, i have an amendment at the desk. the chair: the clerk will report the amendment. the clerk: amendment offered by mr. scalise much louisiana. page 3, line 18, after the dollar amount insert increase by $10 million. page 28, line 16, after the dollar amount, insert reduced by $10 million. the chair: the gentleman from louisiana is recognized for five minutes. mr. scalise: thank you, mr. chairman. i appreciate the opportunity to present this amendment. what we are doing is we are transferring $10 million from the department of energy salaries and expenses account over the corps of engineers construction account. the reason this is critical is because it allows us to move forward on infrastructure improvements, including in louisiana something that we have been trying to do to restore our coast and get moving on the louisiana coastal area which is one of many projects in the corps' ghauth are backlogged and not funded, yet are critical for improving infrastructure for creating jobs, for doing things to protect our wetlands. in lou
louisiana, slavery is now destabilized. magnolia, louisiana, is not terribly close to new orleans, but slaves in magnolia, louisiana, know that the union army is in new orleans. that's a chink in slaveholders' armor as they see it. the slaves on one plantation in magnolia start to make new demands. we'll work from this hour to this hour but we get the afternoons in our own garden plots, and you can start paying us $10 a month. you can imagine the initial response of the owner and the overseer to this new idea, no. but then a couple miles away, some slaves on a different plantation get ahold of arms and they threaten their owner and overseer so the magnolia plantation slaves build a gallows as a warning sign. what do you know? the owner and overseer think waging and your own schedule are not such a bad idea. so the point is here is a level of society quite outside the army, slaves on the plantation, for whom the war has already upset, destabilized, allowed them to remake daily life in 1862. now, again, this is the west. it happens faster in the west. than it does in the east. the e
. landrieu: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from louisiana. ms. landrieu: thank you, mr. president. before the senator from california leaves the floor, for much-needed rest and relaxation and celebration with her extraordinary staff, let me be one of the first to thank her, to join my colleagues who have thanked her for her leadership. this transportation bill would not be a reality for the nation, not for california, not for texas, not for new york, not for louisiana, if it weren't for the leadership of the chairperson of this committee. senator rockefeller was there to push, senator baucus was there to push, senator johnson was there to push, but the leader of this victory was senator barbara boxer, and her colleague senator inhofe stood bravely, mr. president, against winds of opposition, ideology, without common sense, ideology without regards to the needs of the nation. and senator inhofe, a republican, stood against those winds and with the senator from california to produce a jobs bill for the nation. and i hope people really appreciate the extraordinary accompli
of the week. here is something else new, the warning areas have extended. originally just for louisiana from the mouth of the pearl river to morgan city, but now look at this, let's zoom into alabama and florida and i will read you the latest warning area. tropical storm warning for the mississippi/alabama border eastward all of the way towards florida. you can see that we are looking at more of an extended area where we have a threat of tropical storm force winds of 150 miles or greater will start to come in later tonight. and even though it is within 36 hours, you will see the plenty of rain through panama city and through much of the region. we are watching this closely and i will be talking about throughout the morning. >> and bonnie, which side of the storm do you want to be on? >> well sh, this one is a trick one, randi, because right now, you are seeing the convection to the east of the storm, but the track is taking it westward, so for this particular storm, storm surge is a concern as we go towards the next couple of days into louisiana. so, really, this is a tricky one. it is hard
sickened including the death of a 20-month old girl in new orleans. several southern states, louisiana, georgia, alabama and florida all reporting illnesses linked to e. coli. the biggest group is located here in atlanta. home of the cdc. state health officials say the cause is unknown but they are partnering with the cdc as they investigate this outbreak. in louisiana, officials said rumors the new orleans cases were related to a local petting zoo are untrue. something that was confirmed by an infectious disease expert that spoke with wwl, our affiliate. >> i would doubt very seriously that this child acquired this from petting an animal in the zoo. if the same dna friingerprint i showing up in other places in other states. there have been cases of e. coli outbreaks that have been related to petting zoos where children have gone in and put hands in the mouth before the parent could wash their hand but those are really very rare compared with food-borne outbreaks. >> we reached out to the georgia department of public health and center of disease control to explain the latest of their i
in the northwest. rain-soaked roads from fargo to green bay. a wet ride in parts of east texas, louisiana and south florida. and showers could slow down your commute from the carolinas to upstate new york. >> and it's a good day for flying out there. the only significant airport delays are expected in the city of minneapolis. that music was good. woke us up. >> what? what's going on this morning? >>> well, museum workers in houston are trying to save a pricey picasso after this was targeted by a brazen vandal. >> a museum visitor captured the whole thing on his cell phone. a well-dressed man is seen defacing "woman in an armchair." he uses a stencil to put a bull. art lovers are hoping the painting can be restored. who would ruin a classic like that? >> unfortunate. >>> a florida teenager is recovering after a fishing trip went horribly wrong. we want to warn you that some of the pictures you're about to see are very graphic. the 16-year-old was shot in the head with a spear gun. trauma surgeons were shocked when he was wheeled into the e.r. the neurosurgeon said as bad as it looks, it could have b
? >> their work -- there was one in louisiana, roger jordan. >> let me try to get the other panelists into the conversation. you were a former warden of san quentin. i wonder if you could share with us your experience at having actually conducted executions? you saw the word from mississippi said that this had a personal effect on him and i wonder if you can address the issue that comes up with the victim's family often get satisfaction of some kind -- some relief because of the person that they understand has committed the crime and they are finally put to death. can you remark on this? >> let me say, i agree with everything that they have talked about. i cannot really speak for the families of the victims, only what i have observed to the execution process. this has an impact on everyone who is involved, including the staff. and of course the inmates' families. and the people who show up to watch this. and the whole show of people who are there for this. you cannot walk away from this without having been impacted. i want to talk about the war and has said, that these executions have
evacuados, se sula la tormenta tropical deby, que deja lluvias desde louisiana hasta la florida, los detalles nos los trae stefanie, cÓmo estÁ el clima. >>> muy malo, en el gfo y noroeste de deby la cuarta tormenta tropical en esta temporada de huracanes, se forÓo en el golfo de mÉxico, a 215 millas de la desembacadura del rioÍo mississippi, se mantiene estacionaria, de acuerdo al servicio, muestran a la tormenta acercÁndose a la florida, sin embargo la mayorÍa de pronÓstico muestran un giro al oeste, moviendse al sur de louisiana, porciones de la costa del estado, estÁn bajo aviso de tormenta tropical, forzÓ la producciÓn del 8% de la producciÓn peptro lera, no se espera un impacto en el crudo, salvo que platafmas reduzcan operaciones, de seguir al oeste, podrÍa tocar tierra a finales de la prÓxima semana, a lo largo de la costa de texas, de deby vamos a incendios fore el siniestro comenzara el jueves, en minnesota la furia de la madre naturaleza, dejÓ perdidas millonarias por lluvias que afectÓ al estado, las inundaciones por diez pulgadas provocaron el desalojo de
weekend in louisiana meeting up with her main sugar daddy larry. >> except, this is kenny, olympia's secondary sugar daddy come by the airport to see her off. the encounter is short. >> you need some money? >> yes. >> yes? >> but for olympia -- >> thank you. larry. >> this is the first time larry and olympia seen each other in six weeks. larry is a mor man from utah they've been in a sugar baby, daddy relationship for a year and a half. and claim their relationship is not what you might expect. >> is there sex in this relationship? >> no. no sex. >> not at this point and we don't believe in having premarital sex. >> it's just like a perfect scenario for you? >> yeah. >> which is have someone who gives you money and no sex. >> i don't have to sleep with them, they respect me. they let me be myself. yeah. the dream. >> a dream that comes at a cost. >> sometimes it gets to me to know that he is my only way of income and -- but makes me feel like, you know, i'm not really doing anything. >> sometimes being in a sugar baby, daddy relationship, it does get lonely for me because i can't a
the past couple of months. at least one child died in louisiana, several other hospitalized. the cdc is looking at food and non-food as a possible source, but louisiana health officials suspect food is to blame. >>> prince philip was released from a british hospital today after being hospitalized monday just in time to spend his 91st birthday which is tomorrow, at home. he was forced to miss part of the queen's diamond jubilee after getting a bladder infection. >>> bake seam seams aren't jus kids. scientists are doling out cupcakes and cookies for nasa. party of a series of demonstrations against president obama's budget proposal cutting nasa's funding by $300 million. >>> well if you watch "america's got talent" you might have seen this guy. soldier timothy poe who wowed the judges on the nbc program after stuttering when he spoke but singing without a hitch. he said the stutter was caused by a grenade attack. the minnesota national army guard has no record of this. his records do not indicate he was injureed by a grenade in combat while serving in afghanistan in 2009 as he reports
. the louisiana college in louisiana has filed suit and our southern baptist convention is having its annual meeting next week and i can, as much as anyone can guarantee what any group of baptists is going to do, i can almost guarantee that there will be a very strong statement, a very strong resolution or religious freedom that will refer specifically to the crisis brought on by the hhs mandate, and i suspect there will be others who will be filing suit in due course. i know several who are in consultation with their attorneys and with others to see when and if and under what circumstances they should do this because we're in the same situation of catholics, our southern baptists are. most southern baptists are covered by guidestone resources which is our own self-insured insurer, so to say that the insurer will pay for it doesn't do any good for us because we'll not pay for any board. >> there's over 40 catholic institutions that joined together to sue the federal government and what's interesting about the list is it all kind of levels from like a catholic high school to a diocese to a ho
college that has filed suit. louisiana college in louisiana has filed suit. and our southern baptist convention is having it's annual meeting next week. i can almost guarantee that there will be a strong statement on religious freedom that will refer to the crisis brought on by the hhs mandates and i suspect there will be others who will be filing suit in due course. i know several that are in consul station that are with others whether they should do this. we are in the same situation as others are. most are covered by guidestone resources which is our own self insured innerer. >> there is over 40 catholic institutions that joined together to sue the federal government. specifically called to rome to be pressured to join it. i did want to mention and i think it is the right moment you have heard the bish omed called to the night of freedom. this is a two week period starting on june 21 st for a night with the archbishop and it ends on july 4th with a mass with the cardinal here at the basilica. it should be a magnificent event. if you look at the statement with the bishop's name. it
the louisiana prison system. these are the kinds of stories i'm afraid will not be covered by the website. >> who in god's name will publish a weekly listing of those in the community are arrested for driving while impaired? the newspaper still publishes that list once a week and it's like getting branded with the scarlet letter. >> louisiana is famous for its corruption, so if the newspaper goes away, who is going to be watching these guys? crazy ♪ got to be ♪ you've got to be crazy to live in this town ♪ >> saying goodbye, sort of, to the "times picayune" which has seen that city through tough times in the last couple of years. from all of us here, thank you for watching. >> funding was made possible by the freeman foundation of new york, stowe, vermont, and honolulu. newman's own foundation, union bank, and shell. >> at shell, we believe the world needs a broader mix of energies. that's why we're supplying cleaner burning natural gas to generate electricity. and it's also why, with our partner in brazil, shell is producing ethanol, a biofuel made from renewable sugar cane. >> a m
with louisiana. mississippi came in last because it does not have building codes. >>> nothing tropical on the horizon tonight. nonetheless it is a yellow alert today, top. so what are you seeing out there? >> some thunderstorms kind of few and far between. the ones that develop are pretty hefty. we'll start with it live doppler 9000 and point out a couple storms to the northwest and also the southeast. the storm near hagerstown produced some heavy rain, nothing severe. some warnings were issued earlier, but right now just heavy activity. this is a heavy storm right around new windsor and wolfsville, other side of 68 and 40. it will follow the i-270 pass in the next hour. we'll move further south and east down towards southern maryland, pretty good storm in upper marlboro. these just popped up in prince george's county, upper marlboro and just south of davidsonville going down 2. these will also move off to the southeast as well. we'll come back, track a few more storms, tell you when they'll finally end and look ahead to the weekend in a bit. >>> tonight at 7:00 symbolic differences, a
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